First Fridays after Five returns April 1

LEWISBURG (WVDN) – Downtown Lewisburg celebrates First Fridays After Five on Friday, April 1, from 5-8 p.m. with live music, grand openings, specials, artist shows and complimentary tastings throughout town, all free to the public. Everyone is welcome.

Help welcome Mountain Momma to downtown Lewisburg by stopping by for their open house celebration. See the shop, enjoy lots of sales and see the spring consignment clothing along with refreshments and homemade brownies and cookies and giveaways.

Join Edith’s for a fun and different kind of First Friday – they’ve been working hard all winter to perfect a new dance piece, “Crane Duet,” choreographed by employee Sam Cruzwith musical accompaniment from Jess Shields on the tambourine. Performance every 30 minutes, beginning at 5 p.m.

Spring into Lewisburg’s newest spot to stop and shop. County Seat Arts and Music is opening for business April 1, no fooling! The woman-owned arts and crafts gallery specializes in quirky, kitschy, and one-of-a-kind work.

For First Fridays, The Shoe Box hosts J Bloom Jewelry Designs with Rachelle Henderson.

Briergarten celebrates their one-year anniversary with live music, games, and the release of their own B3 (Briergarten Birthday Brew), a light drinking ale brewed in partnership with Freefolk Brewery of Fayetteville.

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Central will host Bear Wood Company. Stop by and meet the wood artisans of Bear Wood Company, a small West Virginia woodworking business specializing in reclaimed wood.

Stop by Patina for live Celtic music by Patrick O’Flaherty along with complimentary drinks and Girl Scout cookies.

The Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center welcomes spring with three First Friday features: the farmers and producers of The Courthouse Farmer’s Market present “Meet Your Farmer, Meet Your Food.” Chat with producers and find out how they grow their products. Also, representatives from the CAMC Telemedicine Office at Robert C. Byrd Clinic will be on hand to perform blood pressure testing and provide information on their services. Finally, April’s “Art in the Valley” exhibit features The EMPOWER Project through Communities in Schools of Greenbrier County, designed to encourage youth to find positive coping mechanisms and self-expression through art. The artwork, created by students in grades 5-12, will be auctioned by Communities in Schools of Greenbrier County on April 28 in the visitors’ center.

Aggie’s and Vest offers a free, seasonal house flag to every seventh purchaser throughout the entire day.

Bella is preparing early for Derby Day and bringing in chocolates for the Lewisburg Chocolate Festival and Spring! They are also offering tastings of Excelsior wines.

Harmony Ridge will be celebrating the re-opening their wine bar for the season. Stop by to hang with good friends and enjoy a glass of wine.

Jam out from 6-8 p.m. with local teen band, 2nd Block Rock at the Hub, Relax and enjoy some local talent.

Little Black Box kicks off their 15th anniversary celebration on April 1 with special discounts from 5-8 p.m.

Seldom Free will play on Hill & Holler’s stage from 7-9 p.m.

Finish off your evening at The Asylum with Thomas Taylor Band.

First Fridays is sponsored by City National Bank and the shops and restaurants of downtown Lewisburg.


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